Fif went to Instagram Saturday (September 22) initially with footage of Ja Rule apologizing to Syracuse, New York fans for having a show cancelled. Then Fif proceeded to clown Ja by reenacting the clip.
Back in May, 50 Cent went directly at Ja Rule over his involvement in a controversial Fyre Festival.
This is what you get for going to anything with this bum involved. pic.twitter.com/nAziOqj2Hx
— 50cent (@50cent) May 31, 2018
A few months ago, Ja Rule credited himself for inspiring musicians like 50 to copy his style.
Ja actually referenced an interview 50’s son Marquise Jackson did last year where he credited him for influencing his style.
I would say it’s more of a mixture because today’s music is a form of past music. It’s just evolved. Everything’s evolving. I do a little bit of singing and I do a little bit of rapping. Automatically, I would probably fit into that Drake, [Lil] Wayne, Bryson Tiller, or a certain type of lane, right? But as far as I can go back into my mental rolodex, Ja Rule was probably one of the first to do it and I listen to a lot of Ja Rule because of that. So, it’s more like tapping into both. It’s like a history book. You’re able to get things now that you don’t think about but when you go in the history books and you look back, you realize, “I’m into this because of this. Somebody else opened that door.” So I feel like it’s only right that you know why you’re able to do certain things today and why it’s cool to do certain things today.” (Rap-Up)